About the series
The Global Commission on Internet Governance was established in January 2014 to articulate and advance a strategic vision for the future of internet governance. The two-year project conducted and supported independent research on internet-related dimensions of global public policy, culminating in an official commission report that articulates concrete policy recommendations for the future of internet governance. These recommendations address concerns about the stability, interoperability, security and resilience of the internet ecosystem. Launched by two independent global think tanks, the Centre for International Governance Innovation and Chatham House, the Global Commission on Internet Governance helped educate the wider public on the most effective ways to promote internet access, while simultaneously championing the principles of freedom of expression and the free flow of ideas over the internet.
This paper series is one of the project’s outputs. The papers were compiled into six research volumes, published in 2016–2017.